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Minority Report : Mennonite Identities in Imperial Russia and Soviet Ukraine Reconsidered, 1789-1945

By: Friesen, Leonard G.(Edited by)

Part of the Tsarist and Soviet Mennonite studies series
1487501943 / 9781487501945
Hardback
289.747
08/02/2018
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163 x 231 mm, 640 grams 352 pages
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The history of the Black Sea littoral, an area of longstanding interest to Russia, provides important insight into Ukraine as a contemporary state.

In Minority Report, Leonard G. Friesen and the volume's contributors boldly reassess Mennonite history in Imperial Russia and the former Soviet Ukraine.

This volume engages scholars from Ukraine, Russia, and North America, and includes translated and accessible contributions by scholars from the Ukrainian-German Institute of Dnipropetrovsk State University.

Minority Report is divided into four sections: New Approaches to Mennonite History; Imperial Mennonite Isolationism Revisited; Mennonite Identities in Diaspora; and Mennonite Identities in the Soviet Cauldron.

An appendix is included which recounts for the first time the emergence of Mennonite public history in southern Ukraine after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

The volume's contributors reveal that far from being isolated from the larger society, Mennonites played an integral role in shaping the entire region. Minority Report successfully places Mennonite history within the recent historiographical insights offered by Ukrainian and Russian scholars and significantly enriches our understanding of minority relations in Soviet Ukraine.

BIC:

1DFG Germany, 1DV Eastern Europe, 1DVU Former Soviet Union, USSR (Europe), HBJD European history

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